Grimm Season 4 Episode 5 Preview, Spoilers, And News For ‘Cry Luision’ [VIDEO]


“Grimm” Season 4 is fast approaching its midseason break, here is everything currently known about the new season of the show.

First the good news, it looks like Nick is finally getting his powers back ( how long could it really last anyway)

The epsiode 5 synopsis  for the upcoming episode “Cry Luision” reads, “Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) are called to the scene of a crime where the suspect swears she was driven to madness by a very persistent talking wolf.

Meanwhile, Nick and Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) wonder if getting his Grimm powers back is worth giving up a normal life.

Elsewhere, Bud (guest star Danny Bruno) hopes Trubel (guest star Jacqueline Toboni) can help take care of a wesen-related issue and the threats against Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee’s (Bree Turner) inter-wesen marriage heat up.

In Austria, Adalind (Claire Coffee) continues her perilous trek in the hopes of retrieving her daughter.” You can watch the promo below.

N ews  from the show is that “Frankin & Bash” star Toni Trucks will guest star as Deputy Janelle Farris in Season 4, episode 6.

The character “will request Nick and Hank’s help with a highway-crime scene that seems a little …

off.” Her character bio says “she finds herself pushing her resilience to the limit.” Erick Avari of “Warehouse 13” will also guest star as “a salvage-yard owner whose business attracts Nick’s attention in regard to a string of highway disappearances” in the same episode.

“Grimm” Season 4 premieres on Oct.

24 at 9 p.m.

ET/PT on NBC.

  Entertainment Weekly  revealed a new series of Wesen that will be featured in the upcoming season.

They are: “Gedächtnis Esser: The part-man part-octopus Wesen has four tentacles that burrow into its victim’s head.

If that weren’t lousy enough, the creature steals your memories and leaves you with dementia.

“A lot of what we do is try to explain real-world problems, like in this case, identity theft,” says executive producer Jim Kouf.

“Our best Wesen ideas come when we have an emotional core that explains something in life.” Schinderdiv: “How do you explain people who are only out for themselves and do anything to achieve a goal?” asks executive producer David Greenwalt.

If you answered, “A Schinderdiv!” then you are correct! This is your basic demon beast with long-bottom fangs (which must make shaving pretty difficult).

This wesen is meant to embody ruthlessness and selfishness.

Heftigauroch: We’re starting to suspect all these names are actually German micro-brews, but Kouf says the Heftigauroch is actually a bull-like Wesen that morphs into rage when provoked.

In the show, he’s a boxer who is very peaceful and doesn’t want to fight.

Yet when pushed too far he becomes …

yup, a raging bull.

“When a bull is brought into a ring it doesn’t necessarily want a fight requires being hit with picadors to get mad – this Wesen requires the same treatment,” Kouf says.

Golem: The producers are cheating a little as the Golem is not a Wesen, but a creature from the Jewish religion.

Made of clay and 10-feet high, he’s made to protect the meek but is dangerous to try to control.

“The twist with our Golem is how it gets destroyed,” Kouf teases.

” Season four will also feature Adalind and the Royals searching for her missing daughter, who Nick sent away with his mother.

But, upcoming season will feature a “new character who will enter the fray who also really wants to find that baby”, series co-creator David Greenwalt told TVLine.

  This character, named Elizabeth Lascelle, will likely be played by CSI Alum Louise Lombard .

The producer also teased that “very bad things” will happen to newlyweds Monroe and Rosalee in the first half of the season.

“There are forces out there, a kind of Wesen Klu Klux Klan, that do not like this kind of intermarriage,” the executive producer said.

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